Nevada has continually been among the lowest performing states when it comes to receiving federal grant funding. To tackle this Southern Nevada Strong initiated an effort with area nonprofits and the … [Read more...] about A Strategic Framework to increase Federal Grants to Nevada
UNLV continues its development of the School of Medicine with the selection of students who will make up their Charter Class. It was a competitive but efficient admissions process. There were 909 … [Read more...] about UNLV School of Medicine Charter Class
The 1-acre garden, featuring 64 full-irrigated raised garden beds, officially opened for the season on April 1st. The raised beds are for lease to community members for $60 for the season, ending … [Read more...] about Zion Community Garden Park – Open for the season!
Emerging research demonstrates how energy projects which are owned by the community can provide significant contributions to social wellbeing, resilience and health of a region as detailed in Part 1. … [Read more...] about Building a stronger economy – Community Energy
School Gardens Green Our Planet, a non-profit based in Las Vegas that helps to build school gardens to educate students on the importance of food, agriculture and sustainability has recently … [Read more...] about Nevada’s School Gardens thriving